Rhodes Holidays 2022/2023

The largest of the Greek Dodecanese Islands, Rhodes All Inclusive holidays attract holidaymakers with its ancient culture, cosmopolitan capital city and expansive beaches. Clubbers flock to Faliraki and the island's epic open-air music venues, while families can enjoy traditional Greek seaside resorts and the old-meets-new charm of Lindos. Rhodes is a sunshine island packed with entertainment.

Rhodes Holiday Deals 2022/2023

Sunny breaks and natural sands

A subtropical climate and 300 days of sunshine a year mean most holidaymakers want to be near a beach, and Rhodes has plenty. The mixture of sand and pebble shores and light winds are as popular with windsurfers as they are with families, and more than 25 sites have been awarded the Blue Flag for cleanliness.

After dark, Faliraki is the club destination of choice for those on 18-30s Rhodes holiday packages, while Rhodes Town has a cosmopolitan vibe with piano clubs, cocktail bars and traditional Greek tavernas.

Currency: Euro

Language: Greek

Time Difference: GMT +2

Population: Approx 116,000

Religion: Greek Orthodox



With an ideal location half way between Rhodes Town and Faliraki, you can enjoy the best of both worlds as well as this resort's great natural spots and beaches on Kalithea holidays.


The name 'Afandou' actually means 'invisible', but this stunning village is anything but. It has one of the longest beaches you'll find on any Rhodes holidays, many hotels and restaurants, and is within easy distance of historic Rhodes Town and vibrant Faliraki.


With its wonderful long beach, numerous activities and reputation as the Rhodes party capital, Faliraki is a fantastic holiday location for all the family on package holidays to Rhodes. Whether you've got active kids, nightclub fans or adults who enjoy wining and dining Faliraki ticks all the boxes – 24-hour fun is guaranteed.


A picturesque village in the northwest of the island, Fanes is becoming increasingly popular with tourists looking for cheap Rhodes holidays. With its long beach – consisting of shingle and sand – and its fantastic opportunities for kite and wind-surfing, the village is an idyllic destination for those looking for a relaxing holiday.


Once a fishing village, Gennadi bursts with traditional charm and a laid-back way of life. Holidays here revolve around the huge beach, incredible parties, and unmissable sightseeing. You can try your hand at everything from watersports to dancing through the night on the golden beach.


Whether you're one for windsurfing or sightseeing, Ialyssos is guaranteed to please. Also known as Trianda, this small, relaxed town has everything you could possibly want – from a gorgeous beach to authentic Greek tavernas. And as you're just down the road from Rhodes Town, you'll have plenty of activities on offer.


Just a short walk away from the capital city, you'll be near all the top attractions and amenities with Rhodes holiday packages in Ixia. Spend your holiday walking down the picturesque beach promenade that runs all the way to Rhodes Town, and explore an abundance of inviting restaurants, shops and bars on the way.


Kalathos holidays are a scenic and tranquil getaway from your everyday life. Enjoy walking on a long, sunny stretch of beach and sipping coffee in one of the whitewashed buildings with Greece package holidays in this traditional sleepy village – a fantastic escape from the business of back home.


The wonderful island of Rhodes is always popular, and Kiotari on the southeast of the island - with its stunning beach, its bars and tavernas as well as its watersports and quad-bike hire - is a fantastic destination for family holidays. If you're pondering package holidays to Rhodes, this might just be the place for you.


Kolymbia's one-kilometre stretch of sandy beach is enclosed by a bustling main strip of restaurants and cafes. Imagine yourself unwinding on a sunlounger, or discovering the town's fantastic array of shops and authentic Greek cuisine, on package holidays to Rhodes in this small resort with plenty up its sleeve.


Kremasti's charming town centre, its 10-kilometre beach, and its endless historical structures make this resort a holiday destination hotspot. Soak up the sun on cheap holidays to Rhodes in this laid-back town, living like a local as you try the traditional Greek cuisine and pay a visit to the town's medieval castle.


With whitewashed churches, historic buildings and unspoilt natural surroundings, cheap Rhodes holidays to Lardos are drenched in an authentic Greek culture and vibe. You can spend your days exploring the town centre, lounging on the sandy beach or relaxing over a traditional homemade Greek meal in one of Lardos' many restaurants.


A highlight of Rhodes holidays, this traditional Greek resort sits next to a splendid coastline and has a backdrop of inspiring hilltop ruins. With two sandy beaches, historical sites and a roaring nightlife scene, what Lindos lacks in size it makes up for in pizazz, so get ready for a fantastic holiday in Lindos!


A sleepy town on the northern coast of Rhodes, Pastida is the perfect place to get away from it all and recharge your batteries on relaxing Greece package holidays. Forget your cares and kick back in this wonderfully remote town set in the foothills of Mt Filerimos, just a few miles back from the coastline and a 20-minute drive from the island's capital, Rhodes Town.


This teeny seaside resort offers up just the right amount of attractions, while still focusing all its efforts on complete relaxation and restfulness. Be transported to your own secluded oasis and spend your days deepening your tan and trying out the local cuisine when you choose Pefkos as your destination for package holidays to Rhodes.


This quiet village at the southern tip of Rhodes offers you everything you need for a peaceful, serene trip: sun, sand, sea – and all the fresh seafood you can eat. It's all about the simple things in life while on holiday in Plimiri, and you'll leave the village feeling refreshed and restored – and missing its total seclusion.

Rhodes Town

Rhodes Town is a city with both ancient and modern areas. It offers fantastic shopping opportunities and plenty of restaurant options against a rich historical backdrop, while its status as the capital of this beautiful island makes it a favourite with families booking cheap holidays to Rhodes.


The ultimate relaxation destination, Stegna holidays are all about completely unwinding on the glorious white-sand beach. Join in with the watersport activities, sample the seafood at the Greek tavernas, or just soak up the rays on the coastline. No one's in much of a hurry at this tranquil resort, while its location away from the well-worn tourist routes makes it a great place to find cheap holidays to Rhodes.


Just a short distance away from Rhodes Town on the northern coast of the island you'll find Tholos, a charming seaside resort popular with holidaymakers from all over. Also known as Theologos, the town is steeped in history and is an interesting blend of antiquity and modernity.


Trianda's proximity to Rhodes Town makes it the ideal hub for those wishing to be near enough to the action on Rhodes holidays - but not so close that it keeps them up at night. And with great beaches, fantastic restaurants and a generous dose of Greek history on hand, there's plenty to love.

Ancient culture and medieval architecture

Rhodes has been inhabited since the Stone Age and retains a wealth of authenticity to inspire history buffs. In modern history the island was inhabited by Turks and Italians before being claimed by Greece after the Second World War. Excavations conducted in Rhodes have brought to light a number of important monuments from the three most significant cities on the island – Lindos, Kamiros and Ialysos.

Thousands of years ago, Lindos was the main trading port on the island and the Lindos Acropolis shows just how much wealth and activity was present in the area at that time. These archaeological remains include a temple, theatre and castle. There is a climb to reach the ruins so some people may struggle, and remember to bring your hat because it’s difficult to find shade.

The City of Rhodes overtook Lindos as the main trade and people hub thousands of years ago and remains the cultural centre of the island. The Old Town is the oldest inhabited medieval city in Europe and you can’t help but be impressed by the medieval buildings, fountains and Byzantine and Gothic churches. Lose yourself in streets with no name and travel back in time as you traverse the old medieval walls. There is plenty to explore in the nearer part of the city too, including Archbishops Palace, the Annunciation Church and the Central Post Office. Two bronze deer welcome travellers off the boats in the Mandraki Harbour – a modern icon of the city.

Foodie delights

There are plenty of foodie delights in Rhodes. Traditional tavernas can be found in every town along with a range of international options including Italian, Indian and British. Authentic Rhodes cuisine has its roots in the ancient Dorian culture, with records of fish soup as the staple of choice. By medieval times meals were using the local produce of the land – Mediterranean vegetables and meat reared on the mountains. Olive oil, thyme and oregano are staples of many dishes.

Greeks enjoy long mealtimes and share the British tradition of a family Sunday lunch. If you want to enjoy local delicacies look out for olives, feta, gyros wraps, soutzoukakia meatballs, moussaka and meat pie, washed down with a local wine or good, old ouzo.


Nightlife in Rhodes centres around Rhodes Town, Faliraki and Lindos, but Faliraki is probably the place to be if you prefer parties. All the fun can be found on two main streets in Faliraki – Club Street and Bar Street. Try Ziggy’s for cocktails before heading to Liquid, DC Club or Yolo Club.

The picturesque village of Lindos offers a sophisticated yet lively alternative to the 18 to 30 year olds’ holiday. Lindos By Night has a roof garden bar with beautiful views towards the old city ruins, while Amphitheatre Boutique Club is an open-air club where 2000 revellers can dance through until morning. Though that’s nothing compared to the iconic Paradiso Beach Club, which morphs into a small town overnight, hosting more than 4000 people.

Last but definitely not least is Rhodes Town itself, home to romantic piano bars and wild hidden nightclubs. If you’re looking for a comfy bar with proper beer, head to the Captain Hook bar – it helps if you’re also a fan of rock music. Otherwise the Cellar of Knights is a stunning Greek wine bar, tucked into the medieval architecture on Ippokratus Square. Fancy a cocktail? Try B-Sides Cocktails for a range of delicious drinks in a relaxed atmosphere.

Natural sand and pebble beaches

Rhodes’ coastline is littered with natural sand and pebble beaches, some of the most beautiful in all of Greece. You can stretch out on warm, yellow sand with the wide blue ocean ahead and pine-forested mountains behind. The island is a popular spot for watersports, with a natural breeze that heads off the high summer heat. With Blue Flag beaches you can expect clean, safe shores to relax with the whole family and enjoy a swim.

The seemingly endless Ialyssos beach, just outside of Rhodes Town, is home to several large hotel complexes and nightclubs. Despite this, the beach is only busy for a couple of months in the summer and thanks to the beach’s long length, there’s lots of room for everyone to stretch out. It has all the amenities you need and is even home to international windsurfing tournaments. On the opposite side of Rhodes Town lays Faliraki with its wide golden beach. If you can get there in the morning before the night ravers wake up, you’ll find a half-empty shore.

Saint Paul’s Bay, Ladiko and Kalithea are often listed as the best beaches in Rhodes, while Kolymbia is a pleasant seaside resort between Rhodes Town and Lindos – ideal for families looking for a quieter destination to enjoy All Inclusive holidays to Rhodes from. The pebble beach at Ixia and southern beach of Prassonissi are both popular with windsurfers and kite surfers.